Practical Info BUENOS AIRES 2019-10-16T18:03:32+00:00

PRACTICAL INFO

Practical Information

WORKSHOP SECRETARIAT (CONTACT)

Huesped Foundation

3932 Pje. Carlos Gianantonio (Ex Pje Peluffo), Buenos Aires City, Argentina.

Telf. +0054 – 4981-7777

Email: info@aginghiv.com

WORKSHOP VENUE

The workshop will take place at the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires City, one of the most emblematic avant-garde sites of the country, dedicated to promote the latest productions of all artistic disciplines.

350 San Juan Avenue, Buenos Aires City, Argentina.

BADGES
All participants are kindly remembered to register and pick up their badge at the start of the workshop. This should be worn throughout the duration of the event.

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
The workshop organisation will provide a certificate of attendance upon request.

CONFERENCE LANGUAGE
The workshop will he held in English and no simultaneous translators will be provided by the workshop organization. Many countries will be represented and other languages might be spoken between individuals.

DISCLAIMER
This workshop aims to provide participants with the opportunity to openly discuss their current work and discoveries in an educational environment. The workshop does not accept any liability for any scientific content of the session or for any claims that result from publications with information shared in this workshop. The organisation disclaims all liability for injuries or any type of losses incurred by individuals attending this workshop, as well as, any charges associated with last minute cancellations due to unexpected circumstances.

LIABILITY AND INSURANCE
By registering for the workshop, attending individuals agree that the organisers do not accept any type of responsibilities for medical, travel and personal insurances. Participants are therefore advised to issue their own personal insurance policies to cover any incidents.

INVITATION LETTERS
An official invitation letter can be issued by the Workshop Secretariat to help demonstrate registration to the workshop and help overcome any administrative difficulties posed. The letters will only be issued once your registration have been made and only if requested.

WORKSHOP VENUE
The workshop will take place at the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires City, one of the most emblematic avant-garde sites of the country, dedicated to promote the latest productions of all artistic disciplines.

350 San Juan Avenue, Buenos Aires City, Argentina.

PAYMENT AND ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

Registration to this workshop is free of charge but online registration is necessary in order to access the event. A confirmation email upon registration will be sent to your account, if for some reason you have not received an email a day after the online registration took place please contact us at info@aginghiv.com. Online registration will remain open until a day prior to the workshop starting. In the case of the event being sold out the registration platform will close.

PHOTOGRAPHS, AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDING

Photographs, audio and video recordings are not permitted at the workshop sessions. Only official appointed individuals will be granted the concession to take recordings. All abstract received will be published in an online abstract book.

CURRENCY

The official currency in Argentina is Pesos Argentinos. ATM can be easily accessed around the city and credit cards are accepted in most local establishments.

ELECTRICAL POWER

In Argentina the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type C/I. Visitors using foreign appliances with incompatible plugs or electrical needs must bring their own adaptor and/or a voltage converter.

INFORMATION ON BUENOS AIRES – MY WAY AROUND BUENOS AIRES:

Buenos Aires is a dynamic, vibrant and cosmopolitan city. To live Buenos Aires is to explore its neighborhoods and the most iconic sites. Visit museums and fairs. Enjoy Argentine cuisine and get passionate about tango. This city invites you to discover Its urban profile, markedly eclectic. Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Neogothic and Bourbon French styles are mixed because of immigration. Because of its French architectonic influence it is known in the world by the nickname “Paris of America”. It was chosen by Unesco as the City of Design in 2005 and as the World Book Capital of 2011. It was the venue of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games and Headquarters of the G20 2018 summit.

For more information please visit the official tourism site of Buenos Aires at: https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/en